In the suit, filed Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, Flores, who was hired by the singer in February, claims that Spears emotionally scarred him by exposing herself, insulting him and threatening to fire him over a Slurpee.
According to the suit, which seeks unspecified damages, Spears "made repeated unwanted sexual advances" and summoned Flores to her room at her house "for no other purpose or reason than to expose her naked body or near-naked body." He also claims she "engaged in numerous sexual acts" in front of him, as well as in the presence of her sons, Sean Preston, 5, and Jayden James, 4.
"This lawsuit is another unfortunate situation where someone is trying to take advantage of the Spears family and make a name for himself. The Department of Children and Family Services conducted a proper investigation surrounding Mr. Flores' accusations and have closed the case without any further action," the singer's rep said in a statement. "Ms. Spears and her attorneys have every expectation that this matter will be dismissed by the courts."
A lawyer for Kevin Federline — Spears' ex-husband and the father of her sons — says Flores' accusations have been looked into prior to the filing of the lawsuit and that Federline suspects the claims are motivated by money.
"[Federline] is satisfied that the allegations are a product of economic motives," Mark Vincent Kaplan told The Associated Press. "They are as baseless as they seem."
Kaplan also added that if Federline, who has custody of the former couple's children, believed the boys were in danger, he would have stepped in.
Flores also sued his former employer, Advanced Security Concepts Corp., according to The AP.
A call to Federline's lawyer was not immediately returned.